Supporting Innovative Health Data Exchange Efforts in California - IMAT Solutions
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15 Feb Supporting Innovative Health Data Exchange Efforts in California

The IMAT Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) Offering Enables Comprehensive Source Interoperability for Meeting 2024 Deadline

Late last year, the State of California introduced its California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS) Data Exchange Framework to support statewide implementation among healthcare and human services organizations.

With $50 million allotted, this effort mandated the signing of a data-sharing agreement to expand the exchange of health information among health care entities, government agencies, and social service programs beginning in 2024.

To date, more than 1,400 organizations have joined the CalHHS Data Exchange Framework (DxF), since the deadline for signing the data sharing agreement passed on January 31, 2023.

Those organizations that have signed up include hospitals, medical groups, physician’s practices, outpatient and urgent care facilities, as well as health service plans and disability insurers.

As the data sharing agreement is “not a new technology or centralized data repository,” it does not provide guidance or state what innovations providers and other care organizations should be using to foster health data exchange.

Fortunately, the IMAT Flexible Payer Solution can help to facilitate true health data exchange for all organizations participating in the CalHHS DxF.

It is possible for these care organizations to leverage FHIR capabilities with U.S. Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) 4.0 Standards – removing the need to fund and implement the required interoperability capabilities. The IMAT Flexible Payer Solution ingests all patient data and converts it into FHIR-based records for maximum health data exchange.

For the 1,400 care organizations that have signed the CalHHS DxF, 2023 is the year for researching and implementing the right solution for meeting the data sharing agreement deadline of early 2024.

The IMAT Flexible Payer Solution is the one-stop-solution for gaining optimal results data, while also enabling true health data interoperability.

Want to learn more about the IMAT DaaS solution and our data quality C3 Framework? Check out our new explainer video for more insights. In addition, contact us to learn more about the IMAT Flexible Payer Solution for health payers.

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